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Meet Ted Benna, initiator of the 401(k) retirement plan in the US

A candid conversation with the father of modern retirement

By JOSEPH SCUTTS
12/05/2021

J-TV: The growing global Jewish TV channel based in Britain

Over the five years of its existence J-TV has built up a regular global audience of some 250,000, though some videos have registered a million or more viewings.

Dancers Amnon and Jill Damti are ‘Ambassadors of Israeli Culture’

From the start they traveled the world performing in all manner of institutions – prisons, shelters for asylum-seekers, embassies and orphanages and have seen the effect of their theraputic work.

By RUTH CORMAN
12/05/2021

Jerusalem: Our connection to Israel's capital city - opinion

On more than one occasion, I have stood there and recited the lines of King David’s beautiful Psalm, which resonated on May 10, 2021, when Israel celebrated Jerusalem Day.

By ROBERT HERSOWITZ
12/05/2021

Migratory birds, the Jewish people in Israel: The long journey home

"The Jews? They have already returned home."

By NACHSON MEIR SPIEGELMAN
12/05/2021

Jerusalem organization sets a world record for kidney donations

"The 1,000th kidney donation is not just a huge achievement for Matnat Chaim, but for all of Israel. What an amazing accomplishment to serve all Israelis."

Israel’s COVID-19 pandemic economic report card: B+

Israel’s effective vaccination program has enabled it to emerge more quickly than the US and Europe from COVID-19 lockdowns and restart the economy.

By SHLOMO MAITAL
12/05/2021

After 73 years, Israel's Arabs become movers in the political process

The shape of the next government remains a riddle, and chances are that the politicians will yet again fail to produce one. Even so, Abbas has become part of the game.

Tragedy on Mount Meron: Have we learned anything?

Was it the ecstasy of being near the grave of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai that robbed them of their basic senses?

Jerusalem storyteller: Dvora Waysman shares gems on her 90th birthday

“My mother never laughed at my dreams. She always helped me make them come true.”

By STEVE LINDE , ERICA SCHACHNE
12/05/2021

Shavuot: The architecture of a Jewish holiday

Months and years are dependent on the stars in their courses; a week is fashioned out of our own labors. In the Biblical context this has an added significance.

By MORDECHAI BECK
12/05/2021

Indifference, hatred are symptoms of madness gripping the world - opinion

There is a way to argue that is civil and humble. Sadly, it is too often abandoned or ignored because each side thinks that it is the arbiter of truth and the other is the enemy

By PAUL SOCKEN
12/05/2021

COVID-19 in New York City: How the pandemic impacts the city

The city that prides itself on its tourists had to make do with the locals riding the few carriages on Central Park.

By SHOSHANA TITA
12/05/2021

Turkey's Sinem Tezyapar deserves Israel’s support - opinion

Tezyapar’s views definitely have little in common with the Muslim Brotherhood’s antisemitic animus that informs Hamas, Erdogan and the Qataris.

By AMIEL UNGAR
12/05/2021

14-Day news roundup: Meron tragedy

Israeli news highlights from the past two weeks.

12/05/2021

Mount Meron: Understanding the Lag Ba'omer calamity

The holiday is meant to represent the move from sorrow to joy. That’s why the Meron disaster is so ironically tragic.

12/05/2021

The Omer: The 49 steps to enlightenment

Just as the world of nature in this spring season is coming into bloom, so does the Omer provide a framework for rebirth.

By MORDECHAI BECK
22/04/2021

Galilee Gold: A noble novel inspired by a Bedouin sheikh

Many echoes in Pam’s beautifully crafted novel, arouse the reader’s interest.

By PESSY KRAUSZ
22/04/2021

Galilee Gold: A noble novel inspired by a Bedouin sheikh

Many echoes in Pam’s beautifully crafted novel, arouse the reader’s interest.

By PESSY KRAUSZ
22/04/2021
יְהוֹרָם גָאוֹן בַּסֶרֶט "מִבְצָע יוֹנָתָן", 1977

A song for Sivan: You Won’t Defeat Me

לֹא תְנַצְחוּ אוֹתִי

By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
26/04/2021

Send For Me: The tale of a Jewish refugee with parents trapped in Germany

Send for Me is a multi-generational tale of love, relief and despair of a young Jewish refugee whose parents are trapped in Germany.

By NEAL GENDLER
20/04/2021

2034: The next world war will be US versus China

This fascinating, disturbing book is relevant for Israel, which must be exceedingly agile to avoid being trampled even by accident by these huge adversaries.

By SHLOMO MAITAL
20/04/2021

Jerusalem’s Terra Venture Partners helps start-ups that positively impact society

The fund manages around $100 million, all dedicated to Israeli companies.

By SARAH ROSENBERG
20/04/2021

Clawee: The arcade machines in Israel you can play anywhere in the world

Petah Tikva is the new heart of online arcade games during the pandemic

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